Sreesanth Retires From All Forms of Domestic Cricket

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Sreesanth Retires From All Forms of Domestic Cricket
12 Mar 2022
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World Champion Indian fast bowler Sreesanth retired from all forms of domestic cricket. Sreesanth played 27 tests, 53 ODIs and 10 T20Is in India, scoring 87, 75 and 7 wickets, respectively.

The 39-year-old right-handed pacer was the last seen in Kerala's Ranji Trophy match against Meghalaya last month scoring two wickets in their innings and a 166 run victory. The cricketer announced the news with a series of tweets saying that he has chosen to end his 25 years career for the next generation of cricketers.

"For the next generation of cricket players, I have decided to retire from a first-class cricket career. That decision is only for me and  It does not bring happiness to me. I know, but that's the right and prestigious path of my life at the moment. I  cherished every moment. " he said.  

After making his international debut in  ODI against Sri Lanka on October 25, 2006, Sreesanth won the first T20 World Championship in 2007 and was covered under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni in 2011. 

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